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Reasons to keep your dog on a leash when going for a stroll:
1. They are less likely to get into something they are not supposed to.
2. Just because your dog is friendly doesn’t mean every dog is friendly.
3. Not everyone you meet on your walk is able to withstand a dog jumping on them, even a nice dog.
4. People have the right to walk without being confronted by a loose dog.
Section 205.210 Confinement of Dogs
[Ord. No. 157 §6.220, 7-11-1983]
No person keeping, harboring or owning a domestic dog shall allow such dog to run at large off of the premises of the owner, unless such dog is on a leash and under the control of some competent person, or unless such dog is under the control of a competent person and is obedient to the command of such person. The provisions of this Section shall not apply to a dog in a vehicle being driven or parked upon the public streets.
NO GLASS!! NO GLASS ITEMS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR CURBSIDE RECYCLING EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY! If you recycle please remember not to put glass items in the recycling bag. We are in danger of losing our recycling program if glass continues to be added with your other recycling material for curbside pickup. Recycling is picked up by Dayne’s Disposal on the last Tuesday of the month. NEXT DATE: Tuesday, August 30th. All recycling can be put together in one bag (no sorting necessary). THEY WILL EXCEPT ALL PAPER PRODUCTS, (NOT INCLUDING TISSUES (KLEENEX) OR USED PAPER PLATES), STEEL FOOD CANS, ALUMINUM CANS, #1 AND #2 PLASTIC PRODUCTS AND CARDBOARD. Recyclers must use CLEAR bags, which can be obtained at City Hall free of charge. Recycling is very important to our environment. If you have neighbors that recycle also please pass the word for us!
The City of Hallsville, MO (pop. 1600) is looking for an individual with a high level of professional ethics, integrity, and outstanding communication skills to serve as a full time police officer. The Officer will be responsible for enforcement of all City ordinances and State laws. Qualified applicants must possess a valid Missouri Driver License and be P.O.S.T. Certified. The salary range is dependent upon experience along with excellent benefits. The City is an Equal Opportunity Employer and reserves the right to reject any and all applications. All submissions will be held in confidence. Should be willing to relocate in or near the City to be able to respond in a timely manner to calls. A cover letter and resume with references must be submitted to Hallsville City Hall, Attn.: Job Opening Police Officer, PO Box 170, Hallsville, MO 65255 or delivered to City Hall, 202 Hwy 124-E by 5:00 p.m. August 29, 2016. For questions contact City Hall at 573/696-3885.
Farmer’s Market, Saturdays, 10am-2pm at Tribble Park. (Hwy OO, East of the stoplight)”
The Municipal Code for the City of Hallsville is Now Available – at Your Fingertips!
As part of the City’s overall efforts to improve services to our citizens, the City has put its complete municipal code online. No more thumbing through paper documents or having to trek to the City Hall to find the information you need.
Look for the link in City of Hallsville Ordinances above. All you have to do is enter a keyword or two and within seconds your search results will quickly locate the information you need.
If you have any questions or need assistance, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or there are instructions under the above link also.
Proposed ordinances can now be found under Pending Ordinances
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Hallsville City Hall
P.O. Box 170
202 Hwy. 124 East
Hallsville, MO 65255-0170
Monday – Friday, 8-12 and 1-5
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The City of Hallsville, Missouri was incorporated as a fourth class city in 1957. The 2010 census puts the growing population at 1491.The city is run by a Mayor/Board of Alderman/City Administrator form of government. The Mayor is elected at large for a two year term. The Mayor is the official head of the City but can only vote on matters in the event of a tie.
The City Council members are elected from wards. The city has 2 members from 2 wards. Ward I is all the land in the City lying north of Rt. OO and Highway 124 East and Ward II is all the land in the City lying south of these roads. The City Council is the policy making body of the City government.
The City of Hallsville has 3 major departments: City Clerk’s Office, Police Department and Public Works Department.
The civil defense sirens, located at the Community Center on Rt. OO and on Ricketts Road near the water tower, are tested the first Wednesday of each month at noon. The Baptist Church basement at 115 Elizabeth is the Tornado/Emergency Shelter place to go in the event of an emergency.
City Elected & Appointed Officials
Mickey Nichols – 573-881-5054 or email@example.com
Board of Alderman
WARD 1 – firstname.lastname@example.org (both Ward 1 Aldermen will receive your email)
Stephen McLane – 573-819-2231
Virginia Rasmussen – 573-696-1011
WARD 2 – email@example.com (both Ward 2 Aldermen will receive your email)
George McCord, Jr. – 573-819-7097
Darren Maher – 573-356-3879
Police Chief – Gabe Edwards – firstname.lastname@example.org
City Administrator/City Clerk – Kenyetta Ridgway – email@example.com
Court Clerk – Kenyetta Ridgway – firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Works Superintendent – Dan McCaleb – email@example.com
City Attorney – John Whiteside
City Prosecutor – Daniel Beckett
Municipal Judge – The Honorable Richard Hicks
The Board of Alderman currently meets on the second Monday of each month at City Hall at 7:00 p.m. Municipal Court is held the fourth Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m.
City Advisory Boards
Nine member board which oversees and sets goals for the park system.
Planning & Zoning Commission
Seven member board which consists of the Mayor, one Alderman and five citizens at large. The Commission reviews and recommends action to the City Council on rezoning requests as well as future planning and annexation.
Planning & Zoning Board of Adjustments
Five member citizen board that hears appeals of the Planning and Zoning Ordinances seeking variances or conditional use permits.
Five member board that oversees forestry issues.